I have sky+, but there's never enough space, even if you change the HD. So I'd like to be able to archive to DVD. I'm about to get a new PC, and am not sure if I need to make it capable of DVD archiving, or if I'd be better with a seperate box. So... If you have a series recorded on sky+, and record it onto the HD of an all in one, can you then: 1) edit out adverts & gaps at the start/end of each recording? 2) create chapters on the dvd, so you can forward to the next episode with one click? 3) name each episode/chapter as you see fit? 4) Can this be done with re-writable disks, and if so, will they play on most std dvd players (specifically the Arcam DV89)? Depending on the quality of sky broadcast, hour of program takes up a different amount of time on the HD. 5) Roughly how many hours of The Simpsons (for example) would fit on a DVD? Finally (and I'm assuming the answer is no) 6) Can you record DD 5.1? (as broadcast by sky movies) Many thanks!